Dasher II

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Dasher II
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The Dasher II in Mario Kart Tour
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Appearances Mario Kart Tour

The Dasher II is an unlockable kart in Mario Kart Tour. It is a variation of the Cucumber with a greater resemblance to Luigi's variation of the Classic Dragster, having a pale-green body, a green racing stripe down the middle, a more solid brown leather seat, and blue-silver exhaust pipes. It is classified as a tour-exclusive Super kart. Like the original Cucumber, the emblem is located on the hood of the kart. It is the second variation of a vehicle that is not currently available in the game, the first being the Gilded Prancer. Driving over Dash Panels grants more points when using this kart. It uses the Off-Road tires from Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, but with green rims instead of red.

The vehicle is exclusively obtainable during the Mario Bros. Tour and is in the second week's spotlight alongside Luigi and Luigi (Classic). It is the second Super kart that holds this distinction, the first and third being the Super 1 and the Tea Coupe, respectively.

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MKT Icon DashPanel.png Dash Panel Plus
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  • Mario Kart Tour Twitter: "With its streamlined body and giant mufflers, the Dasher II kart is a mix of old and new design influences. It may sport a classic look, but under the hood it's a modern-day kart that can race with the best of them."[1]

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese モロキューカンバー
Morokyūkanbā
Morocucumber, a combination of morokyū (a dish consisting of cucumber and miso) and Cucumber.
Spanish Dino F1 beige Beige Cucumber
German Gurkokart II Cucumber Kart II
Italian Cetriobolide bicolore Two-colored Cucumber
Korean 된장쿠쿰버
Doenjang Kukumbeo
Soybean paste Cucumber

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